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I'm All Right, Jack (1959)

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Genre:Comedy
Release Date:January 1, 1959
Running time:105 minutes
Cast:Ian Carmichael, Terry-Thomas, Peter Sellers, Richard Attenborough, Margaret Rutherford
Director:John Boulting
Producer:Roy Boulting
Writer:John Boulting
Distributor:Columbia Pictures

Description: Set in the 1950s in Britain, this award-winning social comedy by director and co-writer John Boulting features Ian Carmichael as the inept Stanley Windrush, a hopeless twit with -- we are to believe -- an Oxford degree. Unlike others in his social circle, Stanley wants to work. When he tries out for jobs in industry with the full expectation of working his way into a management position, he sets off disasters and alienates his interviewers. So his uncle gives him a job in his munitions factory, knowing what an idiot he is, and relying on him to eventually cause a strike (the uncle needs this for his own reasons). Fred Kite (Peter Sellers in a performance that would launch him as an international star) takes Stanley under his wing yet that does not exactly turn out as expected either. Stanley screws up by accidentally being too efficient, and the entire British work force is affected. If one can accept a portrayal of factory workers as shiftless men unwilling to work, and managers as good 'ole boys whose jobs are gained only by networking, then this film will be all the more entertaining.~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide

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